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GOLDEN SONGS, 

FOR SUNDAY SCHOOLS AND THE HOME CIRCLE. 

A NEW COLLECTION OF 

0i4gii\al kiid jSeledted Mu^ic. 
By P. P. Bliss, Thos. Westendorf, W. H. Doane, W. A. Ogden, J, H. Leslie, 

AND OTHERS. 



WAKEFIELD: 

PUBLISHED BY W. NICHOLSON AND SONS. 

London: Simpkin, Marshall and Co., Hamilton, Adams and Co., 

S. D. Ewins & Co., & F. Pitman, Paternoster Row.— Toronto : A. Miller & Co. 

Melbourne: Rorertson.— Sydney : J. J. Moork. 



Preface to Golden Songs. 



OROM all parts the cry has reached us, calling for another book of 
beautiful Songs. 
The extraordinary success of " Silver Songs," indicates the confidence of 
Sunday School workers in our efforts to furnish them with the best materials 
for their work. We feel assured that the confidence thus reposed will be 
strengthened by the selection we have made in " Golden Songs." 

W. NICHOLSON & SONS, PUBLISHERS. 



SUPERINTENDENTS : Try to have the singing a part of the Sunday-school work, not apart 
from it, 

CHORISTERS . Try to have the singing spirited and spiritual, but not too fast nor too loud. 

TEACHERS : Try to have all your scholars sing, and, if possible, set them the example. 

SCHOLARS : Try to sing the tune pleasantly and correctly, and think of the meaning of the 

words; so that you can " sing with the spirit and with the understanding also." 



Book of Words only, Price 2d. In Cloth, 3d. 



Index to Golden Songs. 



PAGE. 

Afterward 91 

All in all 79 

Are you one of the "Ninety and Nine" 4 

Ask, seek, knock 78 



Battling for the crown . 
Beautiful rain . 
Beautiful song of love 
Because he loved me so . 
" Be not afraid, only b slieve ' 
Blessed are they that do . 
Blossom .... 
Blow ye the trumpet 



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Day dawn 75 

Every day and hour 36 

Faith. Hope, and Charity . .122 

Father, Saviour, Spirit, take me . . 11 

Father 69 

Fear not 100 

Fly to the ark of rest .... 22 



Calling now 35 

Catch the sunshine 140 

Chant— Ashamed of Jesus ... 98 

Chant—" The Lord is my shepherd " . 93 

Chant— Blessed is the man ... 82 

Chant— The Lord's prayer ... 50 

Chant— Praise ye the Lord ... 34 

City of gold 15 

Coming of the Bridegroom . . . 144 



Constraining love 70 

Consecration 56 



God is always near me 

Go bear the joyful tidings 

Going home .... 

Good cheer. - 

Good night till then . 

Gospel Tidings .... 

Glory! glory! glory! 

Glad Songs .... 

Grace will cany you through . 

Hark, I hear the Saviour calling 
Hills of the blest . . . 
Honor Bright .... 



PAGE. 

Immanuel's land 18 

In the cross I glory 97 

Influence 77 

Is there no balm in Gilead :- . 19 

I'll go 37 

Is it well P . . 40 

I will love Jesus 52 

I will not let th< e go 102 



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Johnny, or the^taipple'a son;. 
' Joy bells .... 
i Joy! joy! joy! . 

Lead us, O shepherd true 
J Let me go . 

Look ahead 
' Look and live . 

Lord Jesus, come 

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31 Manna in the night 82 

111 Merry, merry Christmas .... 124 



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INDEX TO GOLDEN SONGS. 



PAGE. 

Mourn, Pray, Praise . . . .109 

My rock 101 

My Prayer 20 

My ever blessed Saviour .... 13 



Nettleton, 8s. & 7s. Double . .110 

No graves are there 114 

Not my will 59 

Oh, the sunshine 9 

Oh, we are volunteers .... 45 

Only a little sparrow . . 120 

Onward 112 

Open the door for the children . 33 

Our Life 90 

Over the river 42 



Pilgrim way 61 

Praise the Lord 72 

Precious promise 89 

Remembered 118 

Pest for the little sleeper. . . .115 
Ptock of Ages 63 





PAGE. 


Safe with the Master 


. 108 


Say a kind word when you can 


- 138 


See the snow come down . 


. 130 


Sing his love „ . . . 


. 88 


Singing and Praising for ever 


. 141 


Soon and for ever . 


. 116 


Song in Scripture 


. 117 


Spirit Divine 


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Star of glory 


. 113 


Sweet, sweet Peace .... 


. 21 


Talitha Cumi .... 


. 67 


"Tis sweet to sing to Jesus 


. 131 


The atonement .... 


. 106 


The glory that shall be 


. 145 


The hours ... 


. 133 


The little soldiers .... 


. 27 


The mountain echo . 


. 132 


The Saviour at the door . 


. 83 


The royal road . 


. 148 


The shining shore 


. 41 


The trumpet will sound in the morning 32 


Though your sins be as scarlet 


. 80 


Travelling homeward 


. 23 


True rest 


. 48 



TTp with thy hands to Jesus . 



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. 47 



Varina 65 

Vesper 99 

"Watchwords 134 

"Welcome Sweet Sunshine ... 3 
Welcome to our sabbath home . . 142 
We praise Thee . . . . - . .28 
We gather in the children . . .39 
What hast thou done for me r , .61 

When Jesus comes 43 

"When the comforter came ... 81 
Wherefore stand ye idle . . .71 

Whiter than snow 86 

White as snow 26 

Who will meet me there ? s . . 51 

"Whosoever will 30 

"Why unbelieving ? 16 

"Wondrous love ...... 96 

"Work, for the night is coming . . 17 



Your Father's at the helm 



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For thine own soul he bare it all — the scourge and piercing thorn, 
The nailing and the bruising, too, the hatred, shame, and scorn ; 
Upon his cross he yearned for thee ; for thee his heartstrings brake ; 
Himself of all forsaken, yet he could not thee forsake ; 
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Find there a balm, a Healer there, who waits to make thee whole. 



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In thy service make us faithful, 

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Safely mansioned with the ransomed, 
Sing thy praise for vict'ry won. 
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3. The gos - pel trum-pet hear, The news of pardon-ing grace ; Ye hap - py souls draw near, Be- 

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"Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean ; wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow." 

"Come, now, and let us reason together, saith the Lord : though your sins be as scarlet, tbey shall be as white as snow • 
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Be victors over death. 
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Lord, grant us through thy guiding, 
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May serve thee as we ought. 
Hallelujah, etc. 



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2. Oh, we are little soldiers, Trusting in our Head, Fighting for the beautiful, In thought and word and deed ; Our 

3. Ob, we are little soldiers, In Heaven's army strong ; "We look unto the Savior, Who never leads us wrong, He 

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2. We thank thee for blessings received ev - 'ry day, For which thou hast taught us un - ceas - ing to pray ; 

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Oil, nourish and strengthen our souls now in youth, With the bread of thy love and the wine of thy truth. 

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2. Though unworthy, vile, unclean, Look and live, look and live 

3. Though you've wandered far away, Look and live, look and live : 



Look at what the Lord has done, Look and live : 
Look a- way from self and sin, Look and live ; 
Hard-en not your heart to - day, Look and live. 



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'Tis thy Fa - ther calls thee home, Look and live, look -and live ; Whoso-ev - er will may come, Look and live. 



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WHOSOEVER WILL." 



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" Who - so - ev - er will," 'tis life for ev - er more ; " Who-so - ev - er will rnav come." 

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HILLS OF THE BLEST. 




1. Soul 

2. Soul 

3. Soul 

4. Soul 



hap - py in God, 
car - uest and true, 



Fol 

God 



of the Chris-tian, be strong in the faith, Read 



low the path that the Mas - ter has trod, 

has a mis - sion, a life - work for you ; 

y to dare if the need he to death ; 

hold - eth the rod; 




Lead - ing you up 

Kind words to ut 

Stand by your col - ors and bat 

He lov - eth but whom he chas 



aud rest. 



hills of the blest, Hills where the wea - ry may tar - ry 

ter and good deeds to do, Souls from their er - ror and dark - ness 

tie with sin, Fight like a he - ro and vie - to - ry win! 

oh, fal ■ 



Use 



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the Chris-tian 



no more. 




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- way, Tow'rd you we press 






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THE TRUMPET WILL SOUND IN 

aracteriBtic of the Freednien's Spirituals. 



THE MORNING. 

Words and Music by Geo. F. Boot. 

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Oh, we must be read - y by night, For the trumpet will souud in the morning, VTo must work while 'tis called the 
Be sure that your armour is strong, For the trumpet will sound in the morning, Never mind tho' the battle be 
Yes, on till we draw the last breath, For the trumpet will sound in the morning, Even sing at the river of 



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OPEN THE DOOR FOR THE CHILDREN. 



C. C. Case. 



33 



Duet. 






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2. - pen 

3. - pen 



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the door for 
the door for 



the child - ren, Ten-der-ly gath-er them in— 
the child - ren, See ! they are coming in throngs ; 
the child - ren, Take the dear lambs by the hand 



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Point them to truth and to 






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goodness, Send them to Canaan's land ; 



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Some are so hungry and cold. 



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Gather them in - to the fold. 
Of such is the Kingdom of Heav'n. 
Gather them in - to the fold. 



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places of sin. 




CHANT: PRAISE YE THE LORD. 

hr.— Unr-H * N f ^ V 



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1. Praise ye 



P. P. B. 



the Lord! Praise him ac - cord - ing to his 

2. Praise ye the Lord! (Who laid the foundations) that it should not be re 

| of the earth. J 

3. Praise ye the Lord! f I will extol thee, my) I will bless thy name for 

( God, KiDg : and $ 

4. Praise ye the Lord! The eyes of all wait upon thee : and thou gi vest them their meat in due season 

5. Praise ye the Lord ! Blessed be the name of the Lord from this time forth and ev - en for ev - er. 



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CALLING NOW. a 35 

Words and Music by P. P. Blt^ 
11 Behold, I stand at the door and knock.'' 

" They that are whole have no need of the physician, but they that are sick : I came not to call tho righteous, but sinners 
to repentance-" 

" I have redeemed thee — I have called thee by thy name." 
" To-day, if ye will hear his voice, harden not your hearts." 




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F. J. C. 

Slowly . 



EVERY DAY AND HOUR, 



W. H. Doane. 






1. Saviour, more than life to me, 

2. Thro' this changing world below, 

3. Let me love Thee more and more, 



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I am clinging, clinging close to Thee; Let thy precious blood ap - 
Lead me gently, gently as I go ; Trusting Thee, I can - not 
Till this fleeting, fleeting life is o'er ; Till my soul is lost in 






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plied, Keep me ev - er, ev-er near thy side. 
sti'ay, I can never, never lose my way. 
love, In a brighter, brighter world a - bove. 



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I'LL GO. 

Words by Mrss M. A. Baker. 

Solo. May be sung by a single voice or by the whole school. 



37 



H. R. Palmer. 






1. Why per- ish with cold and with hun - ger ? There's plen - ty for all and to 

2. I'll go, and I'll say to my Fa - ther, " I've sinned a - gainst heav - en and 

3. My Fa-ther is wait-ing to greet me, "With ten - der and lov - ing ca 



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SPIRIT DIVINE. 



Words and Music by P. P. Bliss. 



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Di-vine, 
of Truth, 
of Love, 
of Power, 



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Spir - it 
Spir - it 
Spir - it 



Di-vine, Be thou the Day-star on my darkness to shine, 

of Truth, Be thou the Teacher and the Guide of my youth, 

of Love, Be thou the Lead - er to my man - sion a -4x>ve. 

of Power, Be thine the praises of my song ev - er - more. 



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39 



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the chil - dren, De - vout - ly to im - part 

the chil - dren To teach them how to sing, 

the chil - dren With lov - ing hearts, and true, 



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The Sav - ior's bless - ed 
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gos - pel To ev - 'ry youth-ful heart. Oh, 

tern - pie, " Ho - san - na to our King."' And 

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joy - ful lines to trace, 

sing with sweet ac - cord, 

toil - ing may be long, 



That Christ the gracious Teach - er, Would bless our earn - est care. 

And while we try to teach them, May he be - stow the grace. 

Oh, may they call him bless - ed, Their Sav - ior and their Lord ! 

And tears be-dew the sow - ing, We'll bind the sheaves with song. 




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40 



IS IT WELL? 



From " Hour of Praise." 



Geo. F. Root. 



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That though we may pro - fess, 



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'Tis on - ly those who 



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thy will, That thou canst own and bless. 



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Geo. F. Root. 



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We need not cease our singing, 

That perfect rest naught can molest, 

Where golden harps are ringing. 

For oh ! we stand, etc. 



Let sorrow s rudest tempests blow, 

Each chord on earth to sever, 
Our King says, come, and there's our home, 

Forever, oh! forever. 
For oh ! we stand, etc. 



42 OVER THE RIVER. 

Words by E. E. Rexford. From " Prize." Geo. F. Root. 

Grazioso. 



1. Ov-er the riv-er ! oh, what is there? Ov-er the riv-er, the riv-er? Hearts ever happy ar 

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Over the river, the river? 
Friends who have gone from our earth-life to share, 
Life from the Bountiful Giver. 
Over the river, etc. 



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Over the river ! oli, wonderful laud, 
Over the river, the river ! 

Happy and holy each radiant band. 
May we be with them forever. 
Over the river, etc. 



WHEN JESUS COMES 



Words and Music by P. P. Bliss. 



43 



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Oh, let 

No more 

All doubt i 
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He'll know 

JEEEEE 



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No word He hath spoken 
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- The Loni will provide." 



4. March on. then, right boldly ; the sea shall divide : 
With Canaan before ns. 
With Heaven's mercy o'er us. 
We'll join in the chorus. 
"The Lord will provide." 



"OH, WE ARE VOLUNTEERS. 



45 



per. of S. Gordon 
Not too Fast. 



Words and Music by Geo. F. Root. 



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read - y to at - tack, We must fight, and watch, and pray, if we'd drive them back. 



48 



n 0H, WE ARE VOLUNTEERS." Concluded 



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And his people shall be blessed for evermore 
Come and join the army, etc. 



UP WITH THY HANDS TO JESUS. 



47 



"As we neared the steamer in our little boat the storm raged fearfully. The waves ran so high we could not approach 
directly, but were ordered to the lee* and even then we were in imminent peril. The captain threw himself flat on the deck 
ami ivach-d down his hands for me. But I wis frightened and weak, my fingers were benumbed and 1 dared not give him 
my hands. 

"• H* called out to me in a loud, stern voicp, ' Up with your hands, woman, or I cannot save you!' I oheyed, and he 
immediately drew me upon the deck. So I bay to thee, poor sinner, ' Up with thy hands to Jesus, or he cannot save thee." 

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3. "Up with thy hands to Jesus," 
He hears thy piteous cry ; 
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Oh, sinner, save thy soul. 

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His love now yearns to save. 

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"Up with thy hands," and live, 



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Songs of praise arose, wheu he 
Captive led captivity. 

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Saints below, with heart and voice 
Still in songs of praise rejoice; 
Learning here, by faith and love. 
Songs of praise to sing above. 
Glory, glory, etc. 



54 



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JOY-BELLS. 






Henry Tucker. 



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2. Joy-bj lis ring - ing. Children sing - ing, Hark! their voices, loud and clear ; Breaking o'er us, Like a clio-rus, 

3. Earth seems brighter, Hearts grow light-er, As the jocuud niel - o - dy Charms our sadness lu-to gladness, 

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BEAUTIFUL SONG OF LOVE. 



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2. I may not know ali the glo - ri - tied im - mor - tala Standing be-fore him. the ho - ly, ho - ly King, 

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And when life's labor all is o'er. 
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YOUR FATHER'S AT THE HELM, 



57 



Words by E. E. Rexford. 

Expressively. 



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2 God is al-ways nea~ me, Iu the dark-est night He can see me just the same Aa by mid-day light. 
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Your charms are spread in vain 
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Where Chri*t a place preparetb, 

There is my loved abode ; 
There shall I gaze on Jesus, 

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3. For every tribulation, 

Fur every sore distress, 
In Christ I've full salvation, 

Sure help and quiet, rest. 
No fear of foes prevailing, 

I triumph, Lord, in tliL-e ; 
Jesus, Friend unfailing, 

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63 



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Stand dressed in living green ; 
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While Jordau rolled between. 
But tim'rous mortals start aud shrink, 

To cross this narrow sea ; 
And linger, shiv'ring on iho brink 

And /ear to iauuch aw.-y. 



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Those gloomy doubts tbat ris ■— 

And see the Canaan that we love, 
With unbeclouded eyes. 

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And view the landscape o'er, 
Not Jordan's stream nor death's cold fl >od, 

Should fright us from the shore. 



66 

Words by Mrs 
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67 



Words by Mrs. F. E. Platt 
Duet and Chorus 



Music by P. P. Bliss. 



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2. The Ma? - ter hath spo-ken, her eye -lids un-close, With smiles and thanksgiving the maiden a - rose! And 

3. Oh, daughters of suf - fer -intr, Je - sus yet lives, And patience, and comfort, and healing he yives ; He 

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68 



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70 



Paulijta. 

Slow and Earnestly. 



CONSTRAINING LOVE. 



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By every hope of the rest that shall be, 

By every tear where the penitent languish, 

Draw us in mercy more nearly to thee. 

Oh, love that constraineth, etc 



3. Hush, with thy word, every wild wave of sorrow, 
(Owning its Lord as the waves of the (-en.) 
Lovingly guide o'er the way rough and narrow, 
Bring us at last to thy heaven and thee. 
Oh, love that constraineth, etc. 



WHEREFORE STAND YE IDLEP" 



71 



" And about the eleventh hour he went out, and found others standing idle, and saith unto them, Why stand ye here all 
the day idle? " 

" Aud they say unto him, Because no man hath hired us. Hesaith unto them, Go ye also into the vineyard : and what-: ever 
is right, that shall ye receive/' 

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sun - light Have al - read - y passed, 
end - ed, Toils you shall lay down ; 



Go in - to my vine -yard, 

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Je - sus gives his faith - ful, 



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72 



PRAISE THE LORD. 



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74 



LEAD US, O SHEPHERD TRUE 



Words by Miss M. A. Baker. 



May be sung as a Duet, or by the whole school. 






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Music by H. R. Palmer. 



1. Lead us, 

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O Sav-ior dear! Keep us thy side so near We shall no dan -ger fear Nor ev-er stray; 
Christ di-viue! Take our weak hand in thine ; Let thy love o'er us shine ; Call us thine own. 




"Where qui-et wa - ters flow, And fair-est flow-rets grow, Or where the storm- winds blow, Lead us al- way. 
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DAY DAWN. 



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2. Soon gone for ever-more This new day will be ; 

3. Ear-nest -ly, care-ful-ly Im-prove all thou hast; 



In - to e - ter - ni-ty At night 'twill re-turn. 
Its bright hours nevermore Will o-pen to thee. 
Pass this day prayerfully — It may be thy last. 



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76 



BLESSED ARE THEY THAT DO. 

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The cool, refreshing shower, 

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78 



ASK, SEEK, KNOCK. 



Words and Music by P. P. Buss. 



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1. " Ask, and it shall be giv - en ; Seek, and ye sball find." Precious promise ! Lord, I wonder thou art still so kind ! 

2. Je - sus, I ask thee now, for thine is all the pow'r, Give me £ race to look to thee in dark temptation's bour. 

3. Lord, I am wait-ing now tby blessed face to see ; Earnestly I'm knocking, knocking; op - en, Lord, to me. 

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Help me to re-mem-ber 'tis thy gen-tle voice I hear. Ask, seek, knock — Sav-ior, wherefore should I fear ? 

To thy cross I'll cling till thou a blessing dost bestow. Ask, seek, knock— Lord, I will not let thee go. 

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Ask, seek, knock, hear the lov-ing Sav-ior say ; Ask, seek, knock — Sav-ior, help me to o-bey. 

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P. P. B. 



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1. Glorv be to . . . Him the Cru-ci-fied One. Hal -le-lu-jah, hal le-lu- jah, Christ is all in all. 



2. Our Life in | Him can never be de- | stroyed ; i| Hallelujah, etc. 

3. Our Hope in | Him can never be | blighted ; | Hallelujah, etc. 

4. Our Purity in | Him can never be de- | filed ; jl Hallelujah, etc. 

5. Our Calling in | Him can never be | questioned ; |] Hallelujah, etc. 

6. Our Sun in | Him can never be j darkened ; |j Hallelujah, etc. 

7. Our Joy in | Him can never be di- | minished ; || Hallelujah, etc. 

8. Glory be to | Hirn the Crucified | One ; || Hallelujah, etc. 



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Chorus. 



Hal - le-lu- jah, 



hal - le-lu - jah, Christ is" all in alL 









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Our Strength in | Him can never be ex- | hausted ; || Hallelujah, etc 

Our Peace in | Him can never be j broken : || Hallelujah, etc. 

Our Righteousness in I Him can never be | tarnished ; || Hallelujah, etc. 

Our Justification in | Him can never be | canceled ; || Hallelujah, otc 

Our Glory in | Him can never be | clouded ; || Hallelujah, etc 

Our Pest in Him | can never be dis- | turbed ; | Hallelujah, etc 

Glory be to | Him forever. A- | men. 1 1 Hallelujah, etc 




THOUGH YOUR SINS BE AS SCARLET. 

,. M. A. Kidder. W. H. Doank. 



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1. O Fa-ther be-hold Thy wandering child, Nor turn from my hum-ble cry; My poor lad - en heart is 

2. I come where a - loue re- lief is found, And this is mypray'rto Thee — The pray 'r of a low - ly 

3. I come, for Thy Spi - rit bids me come, O wash me and make me whole: There s life in a drop of 



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bowed with grief, My sins are like mountains high. I will cling to a promise I have heard In the 

con-trite heart — Have mer - cy, Lord on me. 
Je - sus' blood, And povv'r to re -store my soul. I have heard 

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WHEN THE COMFORTER CAME, 



81 



R. Lowry. 









1. My heart, that was hea-vy and sad, Was made to re-joice aud be glad, And peace without, measure I 

2. To siu and to e - vil in - clined, With dark-ness per-vad-iug my mind, No rest 1 could a - ny-where 

3. The voice of thanksgiv-ing I raised, The Lord my lie- deem - er 1 praised; I was at His mer - cy a- 



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Words from " Boston Times." 



MANNA IN THE NIGHT. 



Music by Dr. J. B. Herbert. 



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drifting ceaselessly, Till the morn-ing light. Falls the man-na in the night. 



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8. And he shall be like a tree planted by the | rivers • • of J 
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4. His leaf also | shall not | whither : 

And whatso- | ever • • he | doeth • • shall | prosper. 



5. The ungodly [ are not | so ; 

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Nor sinners in the congre- | gation | of the | 
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THE SAVIOR AT THE DOOR. 



83 



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2. Oh, the Sav - ior's at the door, hear him knock, knock, knock, With a mes-sage full of love for 

3. Oh, the Sav- ior's at the door, hear him knock, knock, knock, En - ter in my bles - sed Lord, to- 



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Take, oh take my heart of sin, Wash it, purge it, make it clean, Keep it in thy love, I prav. 

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LET ME GO, 



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Let me go, 
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I may not tar - ry, Wrestling thus with doubts and fears ; Angels wait my soul to 



ed long to - geth-er, Hand in hand, and heart in heart, Both thro' calm and stormy 
day hath o'er me broken, Far beyond earth's span of sky ; I am dead ; nay, by this 

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my rifl - en Lord »p - pears. Dear, etc. 

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that I have ceased to die. Dear, etc. 

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85 



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glo - ry, Whom we have loved be - low ; 
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WHITER THAN SNOW. 



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Till I am cleansed with thy wash - ing di - vine, Whit * er, whit - er, whit - er than snow. 
Washed in his blood my own gar - ments be found Whit - er, whit - er, whit - er than snow. 

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Cheerful. 

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Washed in thy blood, free from each stain, Free from the wick - ed - ness rife in my heart, 
Man - sions of rest, glo - ry and love, Je - sus has gone for our souls to pre - pare, 



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to live, bet - ter to love, Fit - ted to dwell ev 

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to dwell with thee there. 

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Glad nature's praise to thee belongs, 
We crown thee in our earthly soi gs, 
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Such praise as heav'n gives its Lord. 

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our joy ; 

Let holy themes our lips employ, 

Till earth, redeemed, shall lift her 
voice, 

And heav'n shall echo back, re- 
joice. 



88 



Kelly. 

Earnestly 



SING HIS LOVE. 



W. A. Ogdex. 






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the Sav-ior bought us ; When we knew him not he sought us, And from all our 

3. Thro' the des - ert Je - sus leads us, With the bread of life he feeds xis, And thro' all the 



1. Sing of Je 

2. With his love 



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PRECIOUS PROMISE. 



P. P. B. 



89 



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1. Pre - cions pro-mise God hath gi - ven To the wea - ry pass - er - by, On the way from earth to 

2. Who n temp - ta - tions al - most win thee, And thy trust - ed watch - ers fly, Let this promise ring with 



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In the grave of years gone by. 
Let this promise still be cherished, 
M I will guide thee with mine eye.'' 



4. When the shades of life are falling. 
And the hour has come to die. 
Hear thy trusty Pilot calling, 
" I will guide thee with mine eye.'' 



90 



Edward A. Barhes. 
Very slowly. 



OUR LIFE. 



P. P. Bliss. 



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1. A rug - ged path, that of - ten hath A 

2. From ear - ly mora we strug - gle on Till 

3. We watch, we pray, and oft a ray Of 



I 

storm - y sky, So drear and dark, while 

even - ing comes ; With toil oppress'd, and 

joy ap - pears, 'lis when we smile, and 









round our bark The waves run high ; A few bright hours — and then the flowers Of hope de - 

need - ing rest, We seek our horctes ; And some are bright with hap - py light, And hearths a • 

for a -while For - get vague fears; Yet still aie we fur out at sea, 'Mid storm and 






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dark and drear, With want 

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AFTERWARD. 



P. P. B. 



97 






1. What shall thine 

2. What shall thine 

3. What shall thine 



; afterward 
afterward 

afterward ' 



bo, 
be, 
be, 



Lord, For this dark and suf - fer - ing night ? 
Lord, For the moan that I can - not stay ? 
Lord, How long this chast'ning en - dure ? 



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anthems of praise, Sweeter than sorrowless heart could raise, When the darkness has pass'd a - way ? 

can- not tell what, Fa-ther, 'tis well that I know it not, But I know that thy word is sure! 



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new and a joy-ous light? 
darkness hath pass'd a- way? 
know that thy word is sure ? 






What shall thine 
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92 



Mrs. M. O. Page. 



GRACE WILL CARRY YOU THROUGH, 

Written and Composed for Daniel's Band. 



Mrs. Clara H. Scott. 



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So early begin the great conflict, 

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3. Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies, thou anointest my head 

with oil, my | cup runneth | over. 
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94 



LOVE ONE ANOTHER. 



" A new commandment I give unto vox;, that ye love one another ; by this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, 
if ye have love one to anothei*." 

44 As the Father hath loved me, so have 1 loved you : continue ye in my love." 
M Beloved, if God so loved us, we ought also to love one another." 



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WONDROUS LOVE. 



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wondrous love, wondrous love, 

wondrous love, wondrous love, 

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2. When the woes of life o'er - take me, Hopes de - cline, and fears an - noy, Nev - er shall the 

3. Bane and bless - ing, pain and plea - sure, By the cross are sane - ti - fied ; Peace there is that 



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cross for - sake me, Lo ! it glows with peace and joy. 

knows no mea-sure, Joys that thro' all time a - bide. In the cross, 



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BE NOT AFRAID, ONLY BELIEVE." 

Motto of the Kinsman, Ohio, Convention, Aug. 1872. 

Words and Music by Rev. E. P. Clisbee. 

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1. Jesus ! and shall it ever bo, A mortal 

man a- | shamed of thee ? 

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On whom my hopes . of j heaven depend 



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Whose glory shines . . through | end-less days ? 
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4. Till then — nor is my boasting vain- 
Till then I boast a Savior slain ! 
And, oh, may this my glory be, 
That Christ is not ashamed of me ! 



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1. Slow fades the sum-mer, light Soft falls the dew, Faint - ly the stars of night Glim-mer to view. 

2. Earth, like a wea - ry one, Sinks to re - pose ; Cool comes the zep - hyr on, Shin - ting the rose. 

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I WiLL NOT LET THEE GO. 



" And Jacob was left aluue ; and there wrestled a man with him until the breaking of the day. And he said, Let me go, 
the day breaketh. And he said, I will not let thee go, except thou bless me. And he blessed him there." Bliss. 

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2. I will not let thee go ; should I for - sake my bliss ? No, Lord thou'rt mine, And 

3. I will not let thee go, my God, my Life, my Lord ! Not death can tear Me 

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I am thine, Thee will I hold when all things else I miss ; Tho' dark and sad the 

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1. My ref-uge strong When threatening storms are near ; My loft - y tower, My pre-sent help so dear. 

2. My Hope secure, My Rock to which I flee ; My joy my rest I find a - lono in thee. 

3. My God, my King, my Fa - ther thee I call ; My Male - er thou, My Sav - ior and my all. 

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GOING HOME. 



Words and Music by P. P. Bliss. 






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Of the Promis-ed Land, 'Tis the long-sought fi - nal goal. 
And "twill all be o'er, He will coma to take us home. 






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THE ATONEMENT. 



Paulina. 



P. P. B. 










1. As the blood of Je - sus 

2. As the life of Je - sus 

3. As thv love, bless - ed 



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2. Go in your Master'i 

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ti - dings That first, on Ju-dah's 
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spir - it That vain-ly sighs for 



plain, 
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The word oi life e - ter - nal Pro- 
There is a home in glo - ry, A 




praise Mes-si-ah's name ; 
claim to ev - ery land, — 
home for ev - er blest : 



Ex - alt the King of glo - ry Who left his throne on high, 
The sweet and precious promise, To all who will be - lieve, 
Go bring the lost to Je - sus, His ten-der love to share : 



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The heavenly call obey ; 
Go in the strength of Jesus, 
The true and living way •, 
Go like the old disciples, 

And tread the path they trod 
Your duty lies before you, 
Go — leave the rest to God. 
Cho. — Go sound the. &c. 
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108 



SAFE WITH THE MASTER. 



In memory of Roddie Fkary 

With expression. 
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From " Prize." Words and Music by P. P. Bliss. 



1. Where is now our loved oiie ? Where, oh where ? Not where the liv-ing wea-ry, Not where the dy - ing 

2. Where is now our loved one ? Where, oh where ? Safe in a land im - mor - tal, Safe in a coun-try 

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In memory of Mrs. G. W. Sickler. 



MOURN, PRAY, PRAISE. 



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Hopes deceive and fears annoy, 
Never shall the cross forsake me ; 

Lo ! it glows with peace and joy. 

Bane and blessing, pain and pleasure, 

By the cross are sanctified ; 
Peace is there that kuows no measure 

Joj r s that through all time abide. 
In the cross of Christ I glory, 

Towering o'er the wrecks of time ; 
All the light of sacred story 

Gathers round its head sublime. 



Jesus, I my cross have taken, 

All to leave and follow thee : 
Naked, ooor, despised, forsaken, 

Thou, from hence, my all shalt be : 
Perish every fond ambition, 

All I've sought, or hoped, or known ; 
Yet how rich is my condition, 

God and heaven are still my own. 

Let the world despise, and leave me, 

They have left my Savior, too; 
Human hearts and looks deceive me ; 

Thou art not, like them, untrue : 
And while thou shalt smile upon me, 

God of wisdom, love, and might, 
Foes may hate, and friends may scorn me, 

Show thy face and all is bright. 



HONOR BRIGHT. 



111 



THE HONOR SOCIETY.—//*- Pledget To Honor the Great God and bless the world : We will try to keep our- 
selves and our fellow-members always from all use of Profane Language, as unlawful, useless, and wicked; and we 
earnestly a>k all our Friends to help as keep this Pledge. Its Watchword: Honor Bright ; to be used by all the Members 
for their own benefit, or that of ih ir fellow-members, in time of temptation. 

" Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain ; for the Lord will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name 
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2. Onward, with his words divine, In your sa-cred call-ing ; Onward, while the day is thine, Ere the night is fali-iug. 

3. Onward, in his ho - ly name, That you sweetly cherish ; Onward, that you may reclaim Souls that should not perish. 






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2. " No graves are there ; " Nor sunny slope, green turf, or quiet grot,Those sad me-nientoes of de - par-ture bear, For 

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115 



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A song rings o'er the sounding sea. 
Sounding sea, sounding sea, 
" The Lord hath triumphed gloriously 
Praise him for tho victory. 



Exodus xv : 1, 2. 

4. 0, list the welcome Christmas song, 
Christmas song, Christmas song ! 
Of heaven's bright aud shining throng — 
We the gospel strain prolong. 

Luke ii : 8, 9, 10, 11. 



5. A psalm floats on the evening air, 

Evening air, evening air. 
And Jesus' gentle voice is there — 
Oh, may we his worship share ! 

Mark xiv ; 22, 23, 24, 26. 

6. There'll be a song of glad accord. 

Glad accord, glad accord, 
Through heaven's eternal anthems heard, 
" Alleluia, praise the Lord ! " 

Revelation xix : 6. 



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REMEMBERED. 



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119 



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Only remembered by what 1 have done. 
Ever remembered, etc. 



120 



Words furnished by John Henry 
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FAITH, HOPE, AND CHARITY. 



May be {riven with mottoes or emblems. 
Poetry by Mrs. L. Hawley. 
Solo. 



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123 



Chorus. After Faith. 



Chorus. After Hope. 

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MERRY, MERRY CHRISTMAS. 

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1. Merry, merry Christmas! Merry, merry Christmas! Merry, merry Christmas ! One and all ; Hear again the 

2. Merry, merry Christmas ! Merry, merry Christmas ! Merry, merry Christmas ! One and all ; Christ the Sav-ior, 

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THE MOUNTAIN ECHO. 



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WATCHWORDS. 




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BEAUTIFUL RAIN, 



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JOHNNY; OR, THE LITTLE CRIPPLE'S SONG. 



[This song is designed to illustrate that wonderful resignation, and even happiness, which is sometimes seen in those 
who, to ordinary eyes, have notning to make life desirable. A pleasant effect may be produced bv having the Refrain 
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distant.] 



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